Following the shoulder injury in the World Cup match, India allrounder Harmanpreet Kaur is rested from the Women’s Super League. The T20 tournament hosted by England is set of begin on August 10. Kaur is a player representing Surrey Stars in the tournament. The player was reported quoting that she was in a bad shape in latter stages of the world cup. She regretted, “it would have been great to be a part of Kia league.” The top player was looking forward to play alongside the winners of the World Cup.
Kaur was injured while practicing on nets before the final world cup. Although, the player emerged was the second highest run getter in the tournament, she could play strong in the final fixture. In the world cup tournament, she scored 359 runs. Even earlier, she hurt her finger in the league stage match against West Indies. After returning to India, she had an MRI scan, which confirmed as tear in the left shoulder.
She said, it was only the physios who helped her continue the world cup tournament, despite multiple injuries. In the press meet Kaur disclosed her thought that she might return from the World Cup campaign. He expressed her gratitude of physio Tracy Fernandes. She said she would “like to give full credit to her for playing the full tournament.”
Kaur is the first India Women cricketer to represent in overseas T20 games. He was the second highest scorer for Sydney Thunder in her debut Women BBL tournament. He said her successful stint in the tournament lifted her game as well as confidence. In the tournament, she aggregated 296 runs apart from taking six wickets. She was also awarded as the team’s Player of the Tournament. Even India captain Mithali Raj acknowledged the fact after she smashed the match winning century in the semifinal against Australia. She smashed an unbeaten 171 runs in the match.
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